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Alan S. Bandy & Benjamin L. Merkle, 2015
For thoughtful readers who are curious about biblical prophecy, this book will help them learn the place of prophecy in the message of the Bible and clear up the confusion that often surrounds reading these texts. Studying biblical prophecy is about much more than predicting end-times events. Rather, a proper approach to prophecy acknowledges that the threads of prophecy crisscross throughout Genesis to Revelation, forming the fabric of canonical Scripture. This is why having a good grasp of the prophetic genre is essential for understanding the message of the entire Bible. Authors Alan Bandy and Benjamin Merkle not only offer thoughtful and careful explanations of individual biblical prophecies, but also give the reader the big picture of how all prophecy relates to and should be interpreted in light of Jesus Christ. This book examines the nature, themes, purposes, and theology of biblical prophecy and provides a framework for how to interpret any passage in the context of the Bible as a whole.
Part 2: Old Testament Prophecies
Part 3: New Testament Prophecies
Conclusion: Why Prophecy Matters
Appendix 1: The Meaning of "All Israel" in Romans 11:26
Appendix 2: The Meaning of the Millennium
Alan S. Bandy (PhD, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament at Oklahoma Baptist University and is a contributing author to the Biblical Theology of the New Testament Series.
Benjamin L. Merkle (PhD, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is the author of 40 Questions about Elders and Deacons and Why Elders? and editor of the 40 Questions Series.
264 pages, paperback, appendix.